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15 powerful programs spread throughout Central and Northern Arizona need new help all the time.

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    Feed.

    Every day the menu of hope changes, and the ingredients to create a well-fed population change.

    Schedule a Drive.

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    Clothe.

    Whether dressing for success or out of distress, clothing is less about covering than discovering.

    Shop at a Thrift store.

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    House.

    Your donated furniture and clothing will go directly to a family in need or sold at a great price at a thrift store to fund other programs.  

    Schedule a Pickup.

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    Heal.

    Our clinics work year round to help families in need. Help us give them a great present: good health and a smile.

    Donate Now.

 

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Today's top volunteer needs

We are the Society of Where There’s a Will There’s a Million Ways.
That means all we need is your will and your desire to make a difference.

Thrift Stores
Clothe.

Clothing, furniture and household items are given to the poor or sold at bargain prices at St. Vincent de Paul’s eight Valley thrift stores.

Medical Clinic
Heal.

Each year, more than $3.6 million worth of medical and dental services are provided to uninsured, working poor families. These vital services are made possible by dental and medical professionals who volunteer and donate their services to serve those in need.

Ozanam Manor
House.

A transitional housing shelter for homeless men and women. Volunteers needed to assist with clerical tasks, case management, recreation, and life skills training.

Hearts and Hands
Feed.

Children participate in activities such as filling hygiene bottles with soap and shampoo, decorating dining rooms, creating thank-you cards for our volunteers, and making table centerpieces which are often taken home by guests who treasure their beauty.

Kitchen Meal Prep
Feed.

Our central kitchen prepares more than 3,500 meals a day. The meals are distributed to our five dining rooms and other nonprofits. Duties include opening cans, dicing vegetables, and making sandwiches.

Sunnyslope Intakes
House.

Volunteers work one-on-one with the clients to help identify the issues they may be having and assist the clients with finding services, programs, or resources which could help that individual.

Join us.